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With sneaker season fast approaching, we look forward to slipping on a pair of Botas 66, a Czech product worth making space for in your suitcase. First launched in 1966, the iconic Botas Classic trainers have just had their first makeover, courtesy of Jakub Korou and Jan Kloss, who chose to update them for their final student project at Pragues Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design. Botas was so impressed with the duos designs, which kept the trainers original shape and signature stripe while adding vibrant colours and graphics, that it decided to produce them. The awardwinning range is now on show at Botas first concept store, the 66 Gallery in the heart of Pragues Old Town. Local practice A1 Architects has created a soaring circular display for the serenely lit shoes and bright yellow shoeboxes. Cleverly, both the shape of the vitrine and the stores seating follow the six theme. Next door, meanwhile, is the brands allwhite gallery and exhibition space.
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